CamSur Rep. Bordado meets with Mayor Legacion to discuss rising COVID cases in Naga
Camarines Sur Rep. Gabriel Bordado, Jr. has met with Mayor Nelson Legacion to discuss the rising number of coronavirus cases in Naga City
“THE FIGHT GOES ON: I had a meeting with Naga City Mayor Nelson Legacion right after he confirmed of the existence of 12 Covid-19 positive cases in the heart of Bicol,” he said.
Bordado said that the Naga City chief executive is ready to fight and stamp out the pandemic.
“As usual, the mayor expressed keen determination to stamp out the pandemic, even requesting the IATF to give him back the power to establish border and internal control mechanisms,” he said.
The Department of Health Center for Health Development (DOH CHD) – Bicol reported seven new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. All of which came from Naga City.
All seven new cases are from Naga City and had an exposure to patients with local codes Bicol#91 & Bicol#92.
• Bicol#102 – a 23 year old Filipino female
• Bicol#103 (Painter) – a 22-year old Filipino male
• Bicol#104 (Private Employee) – a 26-year old Filipino female
• Bicol#105 (Laborer) – a 59-year old Filipino male
• Bicol#106 (Laborer) – a 33-year old Filipino male
• Bicol#107 (Housewife) – a 22-year old Filipino female
• Bicol#108 (Private Employee) – a 26-year old Filipino male
“All patients except Bicol#105, are asymptomatic. Bicol#105 first experienced symptoms today, June 28, 2020. All are quarantined. The Naga City Health Team facilitated swabbing of all patients,” said the DOH.
The total number of COVID-19 confirmed cases recorded in Bicol Region is now 108. Active cases are 29.